General Motors led a series D round for the lithium-metal battery technology spinout of MIT formerly known as SolidEnergy Systems.

SES, a Singapore-headquartered lithium-metal battery spinout of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), closed a $139m series D round on Monday led by automotive manufacturer General Motors (GM). The round included Applied Ventures, the investment arm of semiconductor technology provider Applied Materials, as well as carmaker SAIC Motor, conglomerate SK Group, Singaporean state-owned investment firm Temasek…

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